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Tricks & Ciders: Waterfront @ The Esplanade
Singapore band Tricks & Ciders will launch their EP in a showcase at Waterfront @ The Esplanade. Formed by three girls and a guy, who left their jobs to pursue their love for music, the band will perform three sets, with songs from their album, as well as popular covers.

Date: May 3, 2013
Time: 7.30pm, 8.45pm and 10.00pm
Venue: Esplanade Waterfront, Outdoor Theatre
Admission: Free

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

Still Life ‘Organica’
Singapore artist, Bary Cha Cha, exhibits his ongoing body of photographic work at Art Forum. Although it’s inspired by nature, the resulting work appears surreal and out of this world.

Date: May 3-4, 2013
Time: 10am – 6pm
Venue: Art Forum
Admission: Free

 

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

National Geographic Channel Free Pet Shop
Singapore’s biggest pet adoption drive is back with more than 100 dogs up for adoption, along with exciting fringe activities and workshops happening on site too. So if you’ve been thinking about adopting a canine for a while, go on down and bring a furry friend home.

Date: May 4-5, 2013
Time: 12-6pm
Venue: East Coast Park, Dalbergia Green
Admission: Free (additional charges for health checks and vaccinations)

 

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

What Every Woman Needs To Know
Do you know that heart disease and stroke are number one killer of women worldwide? Find out more about the causes, symptoms and prevention. Join Dr Goh Ping Ping and Dr Tan Yong Seng in this conference supported by the Singapore Heart Foundation and Go Red for Women.

Date: May 4, 2013
Time: 9am-12pm or 1-4pm
Venue: Raffles City Convention Centre, Stamford Ballroom
Admission: $20 per ticket or $30 for 2 tickets

 

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

Launch of Nestlé® Omega Plus® Acticol® – Love Your Heart
Kickstart your journey to good heart health with the launch of Nestlé Omega Plus Acticol’s Love Your Heart event, to be held in support of Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF) Go Red for Women. Free health checks, consultation and heart health education talks are amongst the many activities at this event. Be among the first 200 to sign up for the Love Your Heart Run happening on Aug 18 from 1pm on May 4 to receive a free Nestlé Omega thermal flask.   

Date: May 4-5, 2013
Time: 10.30am – 10.30pm
Venue: Atrium Level 1, Nex@Serangoon
Admission: Free

 

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

May The Fourth Be With You
Calling all Star Wars movie fans! Come dressed as any character from the Star Wars franchise and enjoy free admission to the Singapore Philatelic Museum. Take part in the quiz and have your picture taken with the troopers. Look out for interesting merchandise such as Star Wars MyStamp, R2-D2 miniature posting box, as well as a special event date stamp.

Date: May 4, 2013
Time: 9.30am – 7.00pm
Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum
Admission: Free for those who come dressed as a Star Wars character. Adult $6, Children $4.

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

Uniqlo UT Pop-Up! Singapore 2013
Don’t miss Uniqlo’s global event to view the largest UT POP-UP showcasing a myriad of UT designs such as Andy Warhol, Star Wars and many others. Purchase yet-to-be-released designs and take animated photos with the UT Camera app for sweet discounts on the tees too. Uniqlo has also teamed up with Singapore talents for the event: you’ll get to view special T-shirt designs by emerging designers and photographers, while jiving to live tunes by local bands.

Date: May 4-5, 2013
Time: 12-10pm
Venue: 72-13, Mohamed Sultan Road
Admission: Free

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

‘FaceHunter’ Yvan Rodic Book Launch
Pioneering street fashion photographer, ‘FaceHunter’ Yvan Rodic, comes to Singapore for the launch of his latest book, A Year in the Life of FaceHunter. The book launch will also feature H&M Singapore’s summer looks styled by him; his new book will be available a special launch price of $20 too.

Date: May 5, 2013
Time: 4-5pm
Venue: H&M Orchard Building
Admission: Free

 

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

Yee Sook Yung: “Flame”
Ota Fine Arts presents the first Singapore solo exhibition Flame, from the Korean artist Yee Sook Yung.  The artist collected discarded ceramics from Korean villages, from which she pieces together into sculptures, engendered scroll paintings and cinnabar paintings.

Date: May 4-5, 2013
Time: Sat 12-7pm, Sun 12-6pm
Venue: Ota Fine Arts
Admission: Free

 

 

What to do this weekend (May 3-5)

Machine Mouth
Curated and presented exclusively by Mighty Jaxx, Machine Mouth is celebrated Singapore street artist Clogtwo’s inaugural solo show and book launch. Each copy comes with an exclusive toy and an art print.

Date: May 3-5, 2013
Time: 7pm till late
Venue: Phunk Studio
Admission: Free